Totalctrl: Bringing Sustainability To The Food Supply Chain Industry

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Charlotte Aschim, Co-founder & CEO, TotalCtrlCharlotte Aschim, Co-founder & CEO
Adapting business models and streamlining tasks in a turbulent and ever-changing environment becomes the top priority for operators in the food value chain. Employing solutions meant explicitly for tracking and documentation of data is a need of the hour to ensure a more sustainable and circular value chain. Sustainability in the food industry is considered to be far-fetched but yet it is necessary owing to the rapid decline of the environment around us. With the vision of a future without food waste, TotalCtrl builds digital products to ditch manual processes, streamline food inventory management, generate the monthly cost of goods sold and accounting reports easily.

The Norwegian software firm uses its unrivalled food waste prevention technology to open up enormous opportunities in the food sector, delivering sustainable and measurable results in creating a future free of food waste. TotalCtrl is a kitchen inventory management tool that assists mid-market hotel and restaurant chains in optimising their food inventory planning, buying, and utilisation by offering data-driven insights that enable swift decision-making.
Charlotte Aschim and Ingrid Østby, while working at a grocery store during their studies, found that tremendous amounts of food was being wasted every day. Worried for the people who starve to death and the future of the world, they co-founded TotalCtrl with the goal of developing a digital tool that would help fight food waste while saving customers precious time and money. Digitising and streamlining manual tasks, providing total control and minimising time spent on administrative tasks regarding the food inventory, the firm provides its solutions not only for hotels but also to Kindergartens, homes as well as nursing homes.

With the TotalCtrl Restaurant tool, the tedious hours spent on inventory count vanishes owing to the streamlined process. It gives its users complete information about the food inventory at any time, at any place. The tool also automates manual routines and provides intuitive reports to update the quantity and quality of stocks, saving time and money. This results in users spending time where it’s most crucial, creating incredible experiences for guests. The revolutionary TotalCtrl Home gives users updates regarding the food in the kitchen and provides them with recipes based on soon to expire food and ingredients already available from your kitchen. IT lets users add products to Totalctrl Home by scanning their barcodes or finding them by name. The app helps in saving money and is the only tool needed to fight food waste.
  • With the TotalCtrl Restaurant tool, the tedious hours spent on inventory count vanishes owing to the streamlined process


To provide technology that eliminates food waste throughout the value chain, TotalCtrl announced a new partnership with Atea, the third largest IT infrastructure provider in Europe. With various links in the value chains, the firms will be able to offer a standard solution for tracking and documentation data ensuring a more sustainable and circular value chain. TotalCtrl and Atea, with their technology and customer relations, can ensure safe and easy traceability of food information using tools like blockchain. The benefits of this new partnership will help players in the value chain optimise their operations, make them efficient and increase profits while meeting climate goals.

Company
TotalCtrl

Headquarters
Oslo, Norway

Management
Charlotte Aschim, Co-founder & CEO

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With the vision of a future without food waste, TotalCtrl builds digital products to ditch manual processes, streamline food inventory management, generate the monthly cost of goods sold and accounting reports easily. The Norwegian software firm uses its unrivalled food waste prevention technology to open up enormous opportunities in the food sector, delivering sustainable and measurable results in creating a future free of food waste.

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